What if you have a set of slides that really needs audio to make sense? That all alone doesn't really work? That was the case with my "story of SysAdmin Steve" presentation that I did back at O'Reilly's Emerging Telephony conference earlier this year. A number of people commented that without the audio, it was hard to really know how it went. This was deliberate, really - there was a reason for me doing it that way.
Well, I'm now delighted that the SlideShare folks already updated their "slidecasting" audio synchronization tool so that now I can show the presentation in line with the audio. So here it is... in all of its 243-slides-in-15-minutes glory... enjoy my little story (and I think that even if you aren't interested in VoIP security, you may (or may not) find the story entertaining):
Press the green play button to begin. The first slide starts changing about 3:45 seconds into the show - and then they start changing at a rate averaging about once every 2-3 seconds. I tried as best I could to sync the slides to the audio... I may adjust it in some places (and the cool part is that you can adjust it!).
Feedback is, as always, quite welcome. This was a fun presentation to do... and using SlideShare's slidecasting interface does let me relive a bit of that fun!